Tips to Grow and Care for Roses

Rose bushes typically reach their full potential during May, but many varieties will continue to bloom from the end of May through the beginning of autumn.

Plant bare-root roses as soon as the soil can be worked in the spring in areas that have a colder winter.

Place your rose bushes in a location where they will get at least six hours of sun each day. 

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Roses thrive on well-drained, sandy soil that has a loose, loamy texture. When there is an excessive amount of clay, the roots might get waterlogged.

The amount of blooms that your plants produce is directly proportional to the amount of sunlight they get.

Spread thick layer of mulch on the roots to retain moisture for longer duration in hot climate.

Protect your garden from the harsh winter weather by laying down a covering of hay or grass if you reside in USDA Hardiness Zone 8.

Carefully water your flowers. When the weather is dry throughout the summer, be sure to soak the whole root zone at least 2 times a week.

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